Victor Sinclair Clasicos Maduro
Victor Sinclair Clasicos Maduro cigars are hand-rolled in the Dominican Republic at Tabacalera Victor Sinclair. Each cigar goes through a long and thorough process, including a strict evaluation where any stick not up to Victor Sinclair’s high-quality standard is separated from the pack. The flaw in the separated cigar could be something so minimal on the wrapper that you’d never notice. But the quality inspectors did notice and made the call that those stogies were not good enough for your humidor.
The Clasicos Maduro is wrapped in a naturally fermented Maduro leaf with minimal veins. The leaf is dark and smooth and will have you chomping at the bit to discover what’s inside. The binder here is proprietary, and the filler tobacco is Dominican.
The flavors of the Victor Sinclair Clasicos Maduro cigar are what you’d expect from a Maduro stick—dark and earthy with a brief flash of spice here and there. The earth notes come on first and are quickly met with dark chocolate, and black pepper, and finish with that familiar Maduro sweetness. It’s a simple cigar that gives back way more than its wallet-friendly price. If you’re in the market for a quality Maduro stogie to light up anytime you like, take this one for a spin as soon as possible.
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Victor Sinclair Clasicos Maduro FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Earth, dark chocolate, black pepper, sweet finish.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People looking for a simple everyday maduro cigar.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
The flavors are what you’d expect from a Maduro. If you’re a fan of those, you’ll go the distance.
What’s a good pairing with it?
A hot coffee with cream goes a long way with a Victor Sinclair Clasicos Maduro cigar.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Light it up early morning before the rest of the house is up.
It’s an exceptional value cigar. If that’s not your bag, probably best to keep searching for the right stick.